As if complying with the ACA wasn’t already tough enough, employers now face an updated set of forms, notices and penalties.
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The good news is, you survived a lot of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) major changes. The bad news is, it’s not over yet.
Legal expert John Barlament will lead his next Alliance Learning Circle on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other compliance issues on Aug. 16. Barlament is a lawyer and partner with Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee.
As the state considers the way they administer and fund the health benefits of state employees, state legislators have to understand what self-funding means.
The summer months can be the best time to connect with lawmakers back in their home districts.
Governor Walker recently signed into law Assembly Bill 724 (AB 724), which modified and updated the Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Act.
The latest developments in “wellness law” were highlighted by Barbara Zabawa, attorney and founder of the Center of Health Law Equity, LLC, at The Alliance Learning Circle on “Wellness Success in the workplace” at Monona Terrace on Jan. 21.
Employers should start preparing now to be ready for Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting deadlines, with the first deadline on Jan. 31, 2016 for health benefit coverage provided in 2015.
On April 17, 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released proposed rules under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) that provide guidance regarding the extent to which employers may use incentives to encourage employees to participate in wellness programs.